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Analizor Robotic SP2000-3 pentru BOD

(31,841.04 TVA Inclus)
ANALIZOR ROBOTIC MODEL SP2000-3 pentru BOD ce include:
 • Robotic handling system
 • Computer, printer and Windows™ software
 • 3 x bottle racks for 18 positions each
 • Rinse vessel
 • Cables and tubing
 • Instruction manual
 Excluding BOD bottles
 Specific specifications:
 • Dimensions base unit (HxDxW): 75x70x121 cm (Height when lid is opened: approx.: 100cm)
 • Net weight base unit: 90 kg (excluding BOD bottles)
 • Power requirements: 220-240V, 50Hz or 110-120V, 60HZ
 • Power consumption base unit: 350VA
 Biochemical Oxygen Demand Procedure:
 1. Samples are pipetted into the BOD bottles#,
 2. The identity and the dilutions are entered into the sample table and bottles are placed in the racks and placed on the analyzer#,
 3. Analyzer is started by operator#,
 4. The bottles are de-capped# (for automated de-capping, see option 4)
 5. The manipulator sets the Oxygen probe in position and bottles are filled with ATU#, Seed# and dilution water#, (for automated addition of diluent water, ATU and seed, see options 1, 2 and 3)
 6. Sample is then stirred, and the initial Oxygen value is measured,
 7. The bottles are re-capped# (for automated capping, see option 4)
 8. The Oxygen probe and stirrer are rinsed,
 9. The Oxygen probe and stirrer go to the next sample and follow the same procedure until a value is recorded for all samples,
 10. The sample racks are placed in a 20°C. incubator for 5 days#,
 11. After incubation the racks are placed on the analyzer and the bottles are decapped# (for automated capping, see option 4);
 12. Analyzer is started by operator#,
 13. Sample is then stirred, and the final Oxygen value is measured,
 14. The BOD value for each sample is calculated. The data can be presented on screen, printed or converted to a file compatible with other software and LIMS’s.
 Note: Procedure step marked with “#” is performed by the operator
 • Bottle capacity: 18 - 198 BOD bottles, depending on base-unit capacity for 300ml BOD bottles
 • Sample throughput base unit single probe configuration: 70 - 80 bottles / hr.
 This only applies for the basic configuration and doesn't apply when more automation features like the addition of dilution water, addition of seed and nitrification inhibitor, capping/de-capping are implemented. Please contact Skalar for exact sample throughput indications based on actual configurations
 • Moving mechanism: XYZ with safety protection
 • Optional 2 robotic bridges possible giving a total of 8 independently movable manipulators
 which can perform multiple tasks simultaneously
 • Compatible with different oxygen meters / probes both optical and membrane (see measurement sets 2A to 2F)
 • Optional dilution water pump (see option 1)
 • Optional high accuracy dispenser for the automatic addition of ATU nitrification inhibitor and/or SEED (see option 2 and/or 3)
 • Optional manual barcode reading (see option 9)
 • Liquid level detection (see option 1)
 • Locked protective front and side covers complying with CE regulations
 • Rinsing station for automatic rinsing the oxygen probe in between samples
 • Optional software controlled refreshing of rinsing vessel to avoid cross-contamination between samples (see option 8)
 • Definable access levels and password protection
 • Fast set-up of sample work list in routine operation by dragging the racks to the analyzer and selecting the required application
 • User definable sample table and print report layout
 • Customized or pre-defined application files such as BOD, COD, pH, Alkalinity, Turbidity, ISE etc.
 • Addition of bottles, trays & work list extension during run
 • Direct data transfer to LIMS & spreadsheets
 • Possibility of exporting results during analysis
 • Extensive Quality Control criteria including CLP protocols
 • Audit Trail
 • Possibility of using Quality samples and creating Quality Control Charts
 • Automatic back-up of raw & calculated data meeting GLP criteria
 • Automatic flagging of “out-of-range” results applying pre-defined criteria
 • Automatic corrections for seed, standards and blanks pre-dilution factor
 • Automatic sample result averaging applying pre-defined criteria
 • Automatic oxygen depletion control and calibration
 • User definable ATU/SEED volume addition
 • Automatic start-up and shut-down using an analyses scheduler
 • Automatic operator alerts to start second oxygen measurement after 5 days incubation, change racks or cap bottles
 • Overload alarm, filling failure, read-out stability check and continuous oxygen electrode control
 • Calculations compliant with all (inter)national regulations such as EN1899-1/2,
 • Standard Methods 5210B, DIN 38 409, NEN-EN 1899-1/2, DS/R 254, SS 02 81 43 etc. as well as customer specific methods